This page relates to the year 784 Calendrier Julien.
Charlemagne walk along the Lippe and of the Weser. Strong rains make the country impracticable. Charlemagne leaves his/her Charles son to hold the Saxons in respect and walk itself through the Thuringe with the large one of the army, devastating the country between the Saale and the Elba. It returns to Worms before the autumn, then gathers new troops to turn over on the Weser. On arrival of the winter, it is folded up on Eresburg where it passes for the first time the winter in enemy territory, and prepares the following countryside.
- Charlemagne subjects the Frisons (784 - 785).
- Charlemagne transplants vines of Burgundy on the the Rhine.
- Angilram, bishop of Metz, becomes archichapelain of the king (784 - 791) with died of Fulrad.
the emperor of the Japan Kammu transfers the imperial capital from Nara to Nagaoka (Yamashiro) to be released from the influence of the temples, and through them of the Chinese, who by the means of ordinations, try to exert pressures on the Japanese government. End of the time of Nara.
Births in 784
Death in 784
nonwell informed or unknown Dates:
- Fulrad, abbot of Saint-Denis.
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